When you need legal documents prepared, not an attorney, San Diego Legal Document Services is a paralegal services company specializing in the preparation of client provided legal documents for cases such as low cost divorce, living wills and trusts, expungements, small claims suits, business incorporations, child support and child custody issues, guardianships, deeds, and more.
If you need legal documents and forms prepared and not attorney representation, San Diego Legal Document Services can assist you conveniently and at a lower cost. We're paralegals, not attorneys, so we cannot offer legal advice or select the forms you require for your need. Our clients hire us to complete and process the forms required for self-represented litigants. I am registered & bonded with the County of San Diego, Legal Document Assistant #201.
A simple will is just that. Simple and for those who own little, and have no real estate. This is perfect in most cases. A will states your wishes and should include a Power of Attorney for medical and financial in case of incapacity of the person creating the will. Prices starting at $500.
A simple and UNCONTESTED divorce - meaning both parties are in agreement should not be a laborious and expensive ordeal. However, the document process can be complicated and filed documents; the Original Divorce Petition, the Default and Judgement package of paperwork is confusing. Most self-prepared Divorce petitions take too long because of needless "Court Clerk" rejections due to errors in this preparation. Our UNCONTESTED Divorce preparation process is complete and begins at $850, not including Court filing fees and legal service.
Whether one is convicted of a Felony or Misdemeanor, most convictions can be expunged. Certain criteria and conditions apply. The expungement process is complicated and lengthy. Every situation is different and you may be referred to an Attorney who specializes in this. However, for simple, in State convictions, the process can be completed for less than $1000.00, not including any possible Court filing fees.
In the case of formal litigation when a Defendant is served a simple response to the Plaintiff's allegations might be the best choice.